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Lessons Learned from Two Decades of Publishing with Undergraduates

Zoom

Publishing scholarly work with undergraduates can be quite enjoyable, as well as beneficial for the students, faculty, and institutions involved. The process of publishing with undergraduates, however, is not without its difficulties. In this webinar, Dr. Giuliano will talk about the joys and challenges of collaborating with undergraduates during the publication process, based on her […]

Evaluating Diversity in the Accreditation Process: Part II – Your Approach in the Classroom

Zoom

Accreditation can be viewed as the responsibility of Institutional Research when, in fact, their input should take place in the later stages of design. On the front end, faculty have an opportunity to drive and positively impact the process of designing programs for accreditation. By doing so, faculty help to ensure that students are prepared […]

UDL Your Course Series: Designing in Canvas with Accessibility In Mind

Zoom

The UDL Your Course Series was designed to support faculty members on their exploration and understanding of the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Framework. UDL is an inclusive model for teaching that centers the needs of students with disabilities, with the overall goal of creating a learning environment that is accessible by all students without […]

UDL Your Course Series: Inclusive Classroom Participation

Zoom

The UDL Your Course Series was designed to support faculty members on their exploration and understanding of the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Framework. Universal Design for Learning is an inclusive model for teaching that centers the needs of students with disabilities, with the overall goal of creating a learning environment that is accessible by […]

Fall 2023 R1 Our Way Celebration

AAC 290

Please join Provost Clark on Wednesday, October 25th from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.in Anderson Anderson Academic Commons 290 for luncheon. We will celebrate DU’s R1 Our way Teaching & Faculty Satisfaction and Research, Scholarship, & Creative Work Initiatives.

UDL Your Course Series: Inclusive Classroom Participation

Zoom

The UDL Your Course Series was designed to support faculty members on their exploration and understanding of the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Framework. Universal Design for Learning is an inclusive model for teaching that centers the needs of students with disabilities, with the overall goal of creating a learning environment that is accessible by […]

UDL Your Course Series: Flexible Assessment

Zoom

The UDL Your Course Series was designed to support faculty members on their exploration and understanding of the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Framework. UDL is an inclusive model for teaching that centers the needs of students with disabilities, with the overall goal of creating a learning environment that is accessible to all students without […]

UDL Your Course Series: Flexible Assessment

Zoom

The UDL Your Course Series was designed to support faculty members on their exploration and understanding of the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Framework. UDL is an inclusive model for teaching that centers the needs of students with disabilities, with the overall goal of creating a learning environment that is accessible to all students without […]

Already Using Digication? Digication Kora Webinar

Zoom

Digication classic is in the process of switching to Digication Kora. In this webinar, we will explain the differences and demo some of the new features included in Digication Kora. Participants will also have the opportunity for some hands-on experience with the new features. This webinar is for faculty who have already been using Digication […]

Neurodiversity Institute Day 1

Mountain View Room (Ruffatto Hall 401)

In partnership with the Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP) and the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs (VPFA), the Office of Teaching and Learning is excited to announce the fifth Neurodiversity Institute! This in-person, two day event focuses on exploring the critical themes of neurodiversity, accessibility, and Universal Design for Learning (UDL). This winter's Neurodiversity Institute will be held on Tuesday, December 5th, and Wednesday, December 6th, 2023. […]

Neurodiversity Institute Day 2

Mountain View Room (Ruffatto Hall 401)

In partnership with the Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP) and the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs (VPFA), the Office of Teaching and Learning is excited to announce the fifth Neurodiversity Institute! This in-person, two day event focuses on exploring the critical themes of neurodiversity, accessibility, and Universal Design for Learning (UDL). This winter's Neurodiversity Institute will be held on Tuesday, December 5th, and Wednesday, December 6th, 2023. […]

Designing for Significant Learning

AAC 345 (Office of Teaching and Learning Conference Room)

In this 90-minute, interactive workshop, you’ll be introduced to concept of designing for significant learning – that is, learning that has the potential to change students’ lives in lasting and important ways. You’ll also become familiar with two tools/frameworks – the Taxonomy of Significant Learning and the Three-Column Alignment Table - that can support you […]